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Beyoncé’s “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM” Reigns Supreme for a Third Consecutive Week on the UK Official Singles Chart

by Jonathan Currinn
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Beyoncé continues to assert her dominance on the UK Official Singles Chart, as her infectious country R&B anthem “TEXAS HOLD ‘EM” maintains its stronghold at Number 1 for the third consecutive week. This achievement marks Beyoncé’s longest-running Number 1 single in 17 years, matching the success of her 2007 collaboration with Shakira, “Beautiful Liar”.

The chart reveals Beyoncé fending off tough competition, with Benson Boone’s “Beautiful Things” reclaiming its previous peak at Number 2 and Teddy Swims’ “Lose Control” securing the third position. Notably, Djo’s viral hit “End of Beginning” ascends to Number 4, and Kanye West and Ty Dolla $ign make a strong entry into the Top 5 with “Carnival”, climbing four spots to Number 5.

In a notable milestone, Ella Henderson celebrates her 10th UK Top 10 single as her collaboration with Rudimental, “ALIBI”, breaks into the Top 10 at Number 10.

Post-BRIT Awards success, where she grabbed six awards out of her seven nominations—making her a record-breaker as she is now the solo artist with the most wins in one night, RAYE has achieved a significant presence on the chart. The former Number 1 hit “Escapism” featuring 070 Shake re-enters the chart at Number 13, while the collaboration with cassö and D-Block Europe, “Prada”, climbs up nine places to reach Number 18. Another RAYE track, “Worth It.”, makes its debut at Number 38.

Other noteworthy movements on the chart include Kygo & Ava Max reaching a new peak at Number 15 with “Whatever”. Michael Marcagi climbed up six spots to Number 16 with “Scared To Start”, and Bryson Tiller secured his first solo Top 20 single at Number 20 with “Whatever She Wants”, rising 11 spots.

Following her electrifying showcase at the BRITs, Tate McRae exhibits an impressive resurgence with “greedy”, bouncing back ten places to secure the 22nd spot on the chart. Simultaneously, the collaboration between Becky Hill & Sonny Fodera, “Never Be Alone”, sees a remarkable ascent too, catapulting 12 places to claim the 23rd position. Adding to the chart dynamics, Charli XCX makes a striking entrance with the glitchy “Von Dutch”, earning the coveted title of the week’s highest new entry at Number 26. This achievement marks Charli XCX’s 15th appearance in the Top 40 singles chart, showcasing her enduring influence on the music scene.

Beyoncé’s continued chart-topping success, along with the diverse movements within the Top 40, reflects the dynamic and ever-evolving landscape of the UK music scene. Will anyone take Beyoncé’s crown in the coming weeks?

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